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Burnet County Bulletin (Newspaper) - November 17, 1977, Burnet, Texas
Hunters swarm Over Hill country that was about 9 a m Satur Day said Benedict Quot the two were followed by a Long line of the Burnet Plant shut Down about 9 pm saturday and 8 30 p in. Sunday. In Lampasas county. Warden Pinckney Sard the Turkey kill is the Best i be Ever seen. Most Hunters process their own turkeys and i went into a lot of Camps where they had fur keys he added. Probably the a rust acclaimed Deer in Burnet county was bag god saturday by Larrv Jenkins a 22 Pointer on the Sylvester to d ranch Benedict reported an Axis Deer brought into his Plant for processing which was real pretty it looks like a Fawn it will probably dress out about 120 pounds streets of Hill country towns worn crowded late today with jeeps campers recreational Vela Des and pickups full of Hunters As they prepared for the annual opening Day future trophy Larry Jenkins of Burnet proudly displays the 20-Point Buck he killed the first Day of Dee season. The Antlers were measured at a 17 1/2-Inch spread photo by George Overmyer highways into the Hill country were crowded nearly bumper Toby per last Friday As the annual trek of Deer Hunters into the area got under Way for saturday s opening Day. From All reports it proved to be a Good opening weekend in direct contrast to last year when an ice Snow storm greeted the annual invasion of Deer Hunters. The opening two Days of the 1977 Hunting season were a lot better than last year Quot according to Burnet county processing Plant owner Phil Benedict Quot course this year the Hunter had to do something with their Deer because of the warm weather Quot he added Quot unlike last year when it was so Burnet county processing had taken in 180 Deer to process by tuesday morning and More hucks than usual said Benedict some had 16 18 Inch spreads and there were a number of 10 Point ers in Lampasas county game Warden Richard Pinckney said the Start of the season furnished him with a Surprise. Frankly i expected this to he the Louliest sorries season we be Ever had. But it looks a lot More promising now Pinckney said Burnet county game Warden Gary Turner agreed that most of the Deer looked pretty Good if the season had opened three weeks earlier before the rain they would have been really poor. Turner said. The number of Hunting Viola Lions in the Hill country appears to be Low. He added Quot it s been pretty quiet this year but you can t compare it to last year because of the weather there s been very Little night Hunt my said Turner. Quot most violators have been charged with having untagged Deer and there Haven t been Many the first two Deer brought in to Burnet county processing were by local people said Benedict tie first was brought by Lloyd Lynn of Tow Ana the second by Burnet teenager Kirk Moore inks Lake Home bums while Mfd fiddles with phones the Burnet bulletin county vol. 104 no. 88 3 sections 28 pages november 17, 1977 Mother continues Pursuit of bored Board Burnet a the Burnet school Board heard from a Mother four architects and a tape recording during the regular monthly meet ing tuesday night at Burnet High school. Other business discussed included the rental fee for the tax assessor collector s car and the monthly report of the tax assessor collector John Grissom mrs. Ted Baker returned to the Board to further discuss the Case of her son who was injured in a Burnet a Gridiron nostalgia is the order of the Day saturday As the Over the Hill gang and the eager beavers clash on bulldog Field for the second annual Bull dog exes football game at 8 . Admission to the game is $2 for adults and $1 for students. Uniforms will be provided by Burnet the county com a missioners gathered monday for their regular Semi monthly meet my at the county courthouse with All in attendance except Beck Hibler who was ill in Shepperd Hospital business at the meeting was concerned with salary increases for county officials and employees canvassing election re turns a raise for a sheriff s Deputy heat for the jail a car for another Deputy and the Semi annual report of the Home Demon Stratton clubs. A sidelight of the meeting concerned the delinquent tax Rolls which Are due an updating. The commissioners Are consid erg salary increases of $75 for elected officials and $50 for county employees pending a hearing on the subject at the november 28 meeting schoolyard fight during the last school year. The Young Baker has refused to return to school since he suffered extensive dental damage at the intermediate school. Quot in a afraid i Don t have very Good news Quot mrs. Baker said by Way of introduction. Her attempts to get the school Board to Bear some of the expense of her son s dental Bills was turned Down by the Board and by the Texas education the High school As the Green Over the Hill gang coached by Duke Rumpf and Paul Back play Home Host to the visiting eager beavers in White coached by Bill Wilcox. Bulldog band exes will provide the music during the game. The printed music is being furnished by band director Louis Felps. Players Are requested to draw with a single correction in the voting returns the commissioners approved the ballots of the nov Ember 8 constitutional Amend ments election. The county re turns show Burnet county citizens rejecting three of the seven pro positions two of those rejected propositions were voted Down statewide while the third passed the propositions which failed concerned agricultural and Marine organizations and Branch banking with electronic fund Transfer Ter meals the Issue which Burnet county citizens rejected but which passed statewide dealt with tax Relief for cultural and historical resources. Sheriff Wallace Ridden had an audience with the court during the afternoon session. He went to the commissioners to talk about a car for the sheriff s department but took the oppor Agency which heard the Case in Austin. But mrs Baker spoke to the Board about her son s Progress and current condition and not about the Bills. The doctor has recently found two More Teeth which were injured in the fight she said then she proceeded to ask four school Board members individual questions. She first asked Price if he remembered an appearance she n equipment saturday morning starting at 10 the High school gym. It should be an interesting game As the former Grid stars haul their spare tires and Moth balled talents to bulldog f held for the Booster club s fund raising exes football games. / Trinity to ask for a raise for Deputy Bob Kennedy and to give a pro Gress report on his attempts to improve the heating at the jail the r a in miss toners approved the raise which puts the Deputy on a Par with the other deputies in the department and voted to advertise for bids for the c a. Currently the sheriffs office uses two different types of car one a Chevrolet Nova is smaller than the Chevrolet police special deputies have complained about the smaller Model Deputy Gene schillings having torn off the Gas tank and shocks of his car in rough terrain according to the commissioners discussion Gene Clements asked Quot what a the Point in Gettin pm new cars if they Don t service them Quot he then presented Ridden with records of Auto maintenance showed that though one made at a Board meeting in 1971, attempting at that time to get her son into a second Grade Reading group. Price said he did not remember she then asked Johnny de Spain about an interview published in the paper during his last school Board Campaign. Despain listened to Lier read some of the quotes attributed to him then responded to her questions concerning school Yard fights saying he thought there Are less fights now than previously hut he believes there will always be fights on the school grounds mrs Baker then addressed trustees Beauford Rowney and Clyde Keele Reading from news paper clippings statements they had made she then told the Board that she and her son had made their first trip to a psychiatrist and mrs Baker is of the opinion that her son s troubles originated in the schools during his elementary Days. Quot i just thought i d let you know How deep a writer that we Are in Quot mrs. Baker told the Board. Superintendent Robert Wilkin cont on pm. A2 raises Deputy is burning a tank of Gas per Day his car has not been serviced since july another Deputy had taken his car to a local car dealer for service instead of to the county barn Ridden told the commissioners that Quot the heating system Over there at the jail just won t work. He said that when Clyde Durbin was being held in the jail during his trial an electric Heater was purchased to keep him warm but problems with heat remain and though the sheriff has contacted one heating and Cooling specialist the commissioners said they would get in touch with others and notify Ridden. Discussion turned to Upkeep of the jail and the recent escape of a 16 year old who was being held for car theft the youth sawed cont on pm. A2 by Miles Hawi Horne Buchanan dam while Johnny Robertson sinks Lake Village Home burned to the ground Early last thursday morn my a fresh dispute was warming up Between the Buchanan dam Volunteer fire department by Mfd and the Buchanan Community Center Volunteer fire de payment acc i d the first alarm was called in about 1 a in thursday november 10, but at least five area fire fighters did no to hear the Call to cause their fire phones had been disconnected without notice the two groups Bic Ved and by Mfd have Long been at Odds As to which is the legitimate fire department in the fire District while i Lano county commis sinners were still mulling the Situa Hon in an attempt to bring the running debate to a Stop Tho directors of acc Mfd disconnected five fire phones Ore of which was at the residence of Sam Logan president of by Mfd mrs i Ogan is a dispatcher for by Mfd As is Regina Hauck whose phone was also disc on noted acc Mfd fire chief Arthur l Edmundson and three other fire men arrived at the fire in their own vehicles and were followed on the third Call by a fire truck Mildred i Ogan said Quot i Don t say that if All of us had Boon out there that we could be saved the House Quot but she did voice some displeasure with the acc Mfd to disconnecting the phone at her House without warning tie Board pulled the five fire phones october 27 from the Homes of Logan miss Hauck Eddie Maxwell Gary Adams arum Bart Bascom according to acc Vii Board chairman Inez Lewis the i it Hon was taken after chief Edmundson talked with the fire men and asked them according to mrs i eats if they would Quot work with Tho Community Cen Ter Volunteer f ire department. They said absolutely not Quot mrs Lewis said the situation was marked with Quot pettiness Quot and that the complaints of the by Mfd were Quot stirring he a lot of crud. Robertson was away from Home at the time of the fire and fits wife and two children were staying with friends i Edmundson said no cause for the fire had been found. By tire time we got there it was too far along Quot he said ironically Robertson s father Lux Robertson had recently made a $ he donation to the fire de pertinent when Tho fire broke out reports said at the time that the five phones were disconnected another was installed at the Home of acc Mfd direr Tor Glen Miller inside Burnet trustees re Survey school Survey. Comm Lory elected . Of Hua. Arts amp crafts pictures. A a a a Hunting news a9 a8 by b8 fun. Jimmie the greek says a Over the Hill gang and 38 Points a $50 for employees $75 for elected officials commissioners Ponder
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